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Do coyote or wolf eyes glow in the dark?

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I do not think so.

No earth animals' eyes actually glow in the dark. What appears to be glowing is actually eyes reflecting light because of the way their eyes are made to use light more efficiently.
If there were no light hitting their eyes you wouldn't see their eyes.
That said...both coyotes and wolves have eyes that look like they glow in the dark.
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